Stars scribble on our eyes the frosty sagas, The gleaming cantos of unvanquished space.
The very odd thing about sagas [...] is that they very rarely mention dry mouths and full bladders.david gemmell
The weight and concentration of the poems fall upon things (and those great things, animals and people), in their tough, laconic, un-get-pastable plainness: they have kept the stolid and dangerous inertia of the objects of the sagas the sword that snaps, the man looking at his lopped-off leg and saying, “That was a good stroke.”Randall Jarrell
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